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A former Advertiser journalist who swapped news for novels has realised a childhood dream with the publication of her first book.

An experimental England drew 0-0 with World Champions Germany on Friday evening in front of 81,382 fans at Wembley.

He may not have won the coveted track board trophy at Six Day London but Limehouse cycling star Georg Mew Jensen is determined experience more of the same after racing in front of the biggest crowd of their career at the Lee Valley VeloPark.

England’s men started their Rabo EuroHockey Championship campaign with a dominant 6-0 win over Poland.

Participation increases as result of Olympic legacy

Hampstead & Westminster’s Harry Martin included in 18-man party

England 4 India 1

University of East London student Vanessa Wallace dreaming of a medal at World Para Athletics Championships.

Japan 1 England 0

Demonte Flannigan has become the first signing for the London Lions under the new era of coach Mariusz Karol.

England 3 Poland 0

Women’s team ready for action in South Africa

Corinne Humphreys goes to European Cup in France this weekend

An online fundraising campaign to repatriate the body of tragic stabbing victim Karolina Chwiluk to her native Poland has gone past half-way.

Eastbourne 51 Lakeside Hammers 39 (93-87 on aggregate)

Lakeside Hammers ready for action

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Club to host practice day ahead of Memorial meeting

Silver lining for coach Veras

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Return to action after surgery leads to podiums

Good Friday battles will be tribute to late hero

Youngsters have been learning about intolerance and anti-Semitism in a week of commemorations in east London following last month’s Holocaust Memorial Day to remember the six million murdered Jews.

Inventor Kris Rogus has made a breakthrough walking on water—last time that happened was 2,000 years ago!

Young police cadets from Tower Hamlets schools have returned to east London from visiting Auschwitz Nazi death camp where they took evidence of the Holocaust in the Second world War..

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